Shedding new light on halogen bulb phase-out

5 March 2018

Time’s nearly up for halogen lighting – with all but a few types of the gas-based bulb scheduled for phase-out on 1…

Dryer costs tumble as technologies improve

15 February 2018

New figures show that picking the top-rated A+++ tumble dryer models can save you more than £750 in running costs over their…

Cold comfort: American-style fridge freezers proving energy guzzlers

1 February 2018

They may look the part, but when it comes to energy bills, American-style fridge freezers are proving a not particularly positive addition…

Collaborating to bring building energy labelling to Canada

7 November 2017

Energy Saving Trust is collaborating with Natural Resources Canada as Canadian jurisdictions work towards introducing new building energy labelling schemes.

Five eye-catching green innovations

26 June 2017

Cooking food and cleaning water, pollution solutions and quirky sources of electricity are just some of the technological breakthroughs that have stood…

Five green innovations we are excited about

7 February 2017

A new study has suggested that green innovations need to be developed and spread ten times quicker if we’re to hit the…

To testing times: 15 years of Energy Saving Trust product trials

22 July 2016

Energy Saving Trust is celebrating 15 years of technology testing and field trials. Find out about previous and current projects the team…

Five more eye catching, green and innovative products

16 May 2016

Here are five more green inventions from the world of energy and sustainability that may (or may not) be hitting the mainstream…

Paving the road to smart cities

6 January 2016

The Innovate UK-funded ‘Stakeholder Interactive City Energy Demand Simulator’ (SiCEDS) is one of the most ambitious pieces of data and modelling work…

Making smart smart – a Q&A with Dr Chris Brauer

17 June 2015

Smart meters and the increase in appliances boasting ‘smart’ features on the market make smart homes become an increasing talking point.